Santorini Museums | Discover the Hidden Gems of Santorini

What you know about Santorini

Santorini is a small but beautiful Greek island located in the Aegean Sea. It has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, known for its stunning views, white-washed buildings, and crystal-clear waters. Santorini is also famous for its delicious seafood dishes, vibrant nightlife, and unique architecture. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or an action-packed holiday, Santorini has something to offer everyone! From its picturesque sunsets to its breathtaking views of the caldera and volcano, there’s no doubt that Santorini is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

The Beauty and its Past

Santorini is so much more than simply a beautiful Greek island. Santorini is an island with a deep-rooted history and culture, making it an ideal destination for everyone to explore. It is home to many fascinating museums that offer visitors an insight into the island’s past. From archaeological sites to art galleries, these museums provide a unique window into the past and present of Santorini. Whether you are interested in ancient Greek artifacts or modern art, there is something for everyone in Santorini’s museums. Explore the different exhibits and discover the stories behind each one. Get ready to be amazed by what you will find!

Santorini Experience

Santorini is home to some of the most unique and interesting museums in the world. From ancient artifacts to modern art, there is something for everyone in this beautiful Mediterranean island. Whether you’re looking for a cultural experience or just want to explore the history of the area, visiting one of Santorini’s many museums is sure to be an unforgettable experience. From the Archaeological Museum of Thera and its impressive collection of Minoan artifacts, to the Prehistoric Thira Museum and its collection of prehistoric finds, there are plenty of options for those interested in learning more about this fascinating destination. Discover all that Santorini has to offer by exploring its numerous museums today!

List of All Museums of Santorini

Ancient Thera

Ancient Thera

The historical significance of Ancient Thera in the history of Santorini cannot be understated. It represents a magnificent ancient civilization that flourished during a crucial period. Perched atop the Mesa Vouno Mountain, which lies to the east of Prophet Elias...

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Art Space Wine Museum and Gallery

Art Space Wine Museum and Gallery

 the most traditional Wine Museum in Santorini In a warm place build in the shadow of the rocks, an almost sacred atmosphere floods the space of our wine museum. A traditional place handcrafted with stones created to accommodate the old distillery and the old...

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Argyros Mansion

Argyros Mansion

History of the Mansion Pieces of history in high aesthetics places The building that houses the Argyros Mansion was built in 1888 by well- known local craftsmen, who had taken part in building important neoclassical mansions in the young capital of Greece, Athens, and...

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Megaro Gyzi Cultural Center

Megaro Gyzi Cultural Center

The Cultural Center 'Megaro Gyzi' was founded in 1980, the main purpose being spiritual development and the cultural improvement of the residents, as well as the promotion of SantoriniThe main purpose of the Cultural Center is the spiritual development, the cultural...

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Lost Atlantis Museum

Lost Atlantis Museum

The Lost Atlantis Museum was established in 2019 in the picturesque Megalochori village. Its facilities are brand new and inside visitors can have a digital interactive experience that exceeds expectations. It is the first museum ever created for the famed...

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Tomato Industrial Museum

Tomato Industrial Museum

The Tomato Industrial Museum of D. Nomikos is housed in an interesting, modern, multi-purpose art space, the Santorini Arts Factory, which is situated along the eye-catching Vlychada Beach, a unique landscape that resembles the moonscape. The cherry tomato is a...

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Minerals and Fossils Museum

The Museum of Minerals and Fossils was founded by the Cultural Society of Thera in 2006. It lies in the coastal village of Perissa, near the church of Holy Cross. It is an impressive museum that has intrigued visitors since its foundation and exhibits minerals and...

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Folklore and Ecclesiastical Museum

Folklore and Ecclesiastical Museum

The Folklore and Ecclesiastical Museum is situated in the 18th century Monastery of Prophet Elias in Santorini Pyrgos area. The collection ranges from ecclesiastical items and antiques, to religious icons of the 15th century Cretan School and hagiographies from the...

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Naval Maritime Museum

Naval Maritime Museum

The admirable Naval Maritime Museum stands in the picturesque village of Oia and offers insight into the local and Greek, in general, naval history. The museum was founded in 1956 by the captain Antonis Dakoronias and since 1990 it is...

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Archaeological Museum of Thera

Archaeological Museum of Thera

An extraordinary and very interesting museum lies in the center of Fira, the capital of Santorini, very close to the cable car. The Archaeological Museum of Thera is a very educational small gem that offers an insight into the island’s past and proves...

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Prehistoric Thira museum

Prehistoric Thira museum

One of the most important museums of Greece is the spectacular Museum of Prehistoric Thera that lies in the capital of Santorini, Fira. It is housed in a state-of-the-art, two-story building whose erection started in the beginning of the 1970s and it...

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Koytsogianopoulos Wine Museum

Koytsogianopoulos Wine Museum

The Wine Museum is located in Kamari.It is nestled in a cave eight meters below ground and 300 meters long, alongside “Volcan Wines” vineyard.It was founded by Koutsogiannopoulos family four generations ago and its current owner is Mr Giorgos. Visitors can unravel...

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Prehistoric town of Akrotiri

Prehistoric town of Akrotiri

In the village of Akrotiri, on the south part of the island, lies a massive archaeological site that is considered a very important geological discovery. Let’s dig through its history! Historical facts The prehistoric site of Akrotiri became known...

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